6 Things I Learned From Meeting Mark Wahlberg

As you most likely saw onmy facebook page, I had the privilege of meeting Mark Wahlberg in Los Angeles a few weeks ago.  This was a major milestone for me for a few reasons: It makes me one of a handful of South Africans who ever had the privilege of meeting Mark Wahlberg.He is one of my favourite actors of all time.I finally checked Los Angeles off my bucket list.(If you are wondering why JT Foxx is in a Transformer suit, it is from his improv scene with Mark. See below.)

      I always say it's not about who you know but about who knows you. So when I was presented with the opportunity to attend the biggest global event of the year in the entrepreneur world, Mega Success, alongside A-listers like Mark Wahlberg (and more I will reveal soon) I just had to accept.  As always, the JT Foxx Organization did more than live up to their name by putting on the most exclusive and memorable event of the year attended by 2500 highly successful entrepreneurs, tycoons and icons from 72 countri…

From Girl Next Door to Next Female JT Foxx

Like most entrepreneurs,  I felt a little crazy and alone at the start of my entrepreneurial journey.  I’ve always been someone who saw and thought of life differently than the majority of those around me.  I've always believed that there's more to life and that I have more potential than I was living.  I knew that I would never be satisfied with mediocrity.  It has always been fairly easy for me to see opportunities and had many ideas. The problem was that I had no idea what to do with it and where or how to start.
So about three years ago when I saw a facebook advertisement of a free entrepreneur seminar hosted by a South African speaker and coach (whose name I’m not going to mention), I jumped at the opportunity.  At this point I didn’t really even know what entrepreneurship meant but I believed that I would find some answers I was looking for.
After half a day at the seminar, I only had about three pages' worth of content to take home.  It was more a sell-a-thon than any…